DeadPoly – Firearm Data Table (Guide Key/Legend)

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Welcome. This DeadPoly – Firearm Data Table (Guide Key/Legend) Guide was written to be helpful to you, and we genuinely hope you do.

Guide Key/Legend

Let’s do some housekeeping before I dump a lot of information on you.

CTRL+F is your best friend. If you want to jump to an item you’ve got in mind, just CTRL+F, type in your item, and press the enter key to jump to it.

To determine your item’s title to find out your item’s name, press CRTL+F. You can also type any title in the table of contents.

Variant: Certain items will share the exact name, even though they have physical or aesthetic distinctions. This category will help to distinguish between items ex. The PU Scope has a red (target dot crosshair) and a purple (fine crosshair) version.

Ammunition Type is the name of the ammunition family that the firearm will chamber. An AKM will require Ammunition Type 7.62x39mm FMJ and 7.62x39mm M67.

Weight Empty is the weight of the firearm (kg). Without magazines, ammo, ammunition, and attachments.

Weight Loaded is a gun with a weight of (kg). The attached magazine is fully loaded and loaded. I also recorded the weight of the assault rifles. Fully loaded rifle and 30-round fully loaded magazine.

Item Size will be the number of “blocks” of inventory space it will occupy.

The item’s size is horizontal length, xvertical length.

Ammunition Weight is the amount of one cartridge (kg).

Stack Weight is how heavy a full stack is.

Stack Quantity [] refers to the number of cartridges that comprise a full ammunition stack.

If you require more information on other items (melee weapons armor, collectables etc). I suggest that you check out the DeadPoly Wiki. The Wiki is maintained by good people and, equally important, it is filled with photographs.

Okay, that’s pretty much the whole part about good housekeeping. I just wanted to ensure that everyone is on the same page.

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